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CBS
Feb 5, 2013 11:00pm EST
at zales in pentagon city yesterday. >> but tonight we have brand- new video of a robbery this afternoon at a jewelry store in frederick. our ken molestina is there and the video is just amazing. you really feel for the woman inside at the time. >> reporter: absolutely, leslie. the images you're about to see tell it all. this was absolutely bold. it was daring. these women who were inside at least some of them, police say were hit with pepper spray. folks, once again it was all caught on the crook cam. let's show you what we're talking about. take a look here. you can see three men enter the colonial jewelry store on south market street after 1:00 today. one of the men appears to have a gun and he orders the women inside on to the floor. a second man then with the pepper spray can is seen firing off some of the chemical. the thieves break the glass cases and make off with handfuls of jewelry. the whole thing was over in minutes. thankfully no one was seriously hurt here. let's go on to yesterday. a similar scene at the zales jewelry store inside pentagon's mall. police say they made off
CBS
Feb 6, 2013 11:00pm EST
. >>> we are getting a clearer idea tonight of what automatic spending cuts at the pentagon will mean to our troops and civilian workers whose job depends on the spending. >> they guided hands on budget documents that spell out the cuts, the cuts that will come if the congress doesn't hit the frustration that hits march first. >> reporter: smaller pay increases for our troops, days off for hundreds of thousands of civil defense workers, good work by tom vandenbrook. giving documents of what we can expect. >> this is not a game. this is reality. >> reporter: and angry defense secretary on the consequences of the automatic cuts to american defense. >> they would degrade our ability to respond to crisis precisely at a time of rising instability across the globe. >> reporter: usa today obtained documents spelling out some of the cuts. >> they say that readiness is affected because they can't train and they can't sail ships as often. >> reporter: the 5,000 crew members on the uss truman will be staying in norfolk. >> we'll be able to take care of our responsibilities in afghanist
CBS
Feb 14, 2013 11:00pm EST
pentagon employees. friday the navy is expected to announce it will postpone the repair of almost two dozen ships, threatening tens of thousands of jobs in virginia alone. and those repairs? >> if we don't do that, we are sending a ship out in harm's way that may not be as fit to fate as it should be. >> so here's how we avoid it. >> reporter: virginia's tim kaine is among senate democrats proposing an alternative, a $120 billion deficit reduction plan half in spending cuts split between defense and non- defense, much coming from tell limb nation of farm subsidies, and half in new taxes. >> as you know, the speaker has said president obama has received his revenue he is not going to get any more. >> if republicans say there will never be another dollar of revenue and democrats say there will never be another dollar of cut, then we're not going to solve the problem. >> another way for washington to kick the can down the road. it's funny that every time washington is just about to actually cut spending, somebody wants to postpone it and to raise taxes. >> reporter: the conservative group free
CBS
Feb 23, 2013 11:00pm EST
wants higher taxes. >> the pentagon says massive cuts to the military will effect the country's ability to defend itself. transportation officials say air travel will take a hit and job cuts will lead to long airport lines and flight delays. the president says the nation's public schools will suffer, too, and says thousands of teachers and educators will be layed off. >>> at a meeting of the country's governors here in washington this weekend, some democrats and republicans, they say they believe the white house and congress will find a way to avoid those automatic spending cuts. they say people back in their state don't know how it will impact their lives. >> we keep on going through these deadlines, just like the cliff and really, people don't know how it's going to impact our lives. i mean, those in congress may know, maybe not. but you know, that's a real concern for the american people out there. >> the governor says washington's recurring budget stalemate hampered their ability and scare local businesses in their states from hiring. >>> nowhere will the impact of the sequestered
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